- able to withstand exposure to all kinds of weather.
- to make (something) weatherproof.
Origin of weatherproof
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Examples from the Web for weatherproof
Weatherproof shelters had to be built as rapidly as possible.Space Prison
One need say no more, except that they were, in the main, weatherproof.The One-Way Trail
Regular meals and weatherproof lodgings will not do this long.Lay Morals
Robert Louis Stevenson
You'll have pens and weatherproof notebooks to copy it down in.The Old Die Rich
Horace Leonard Gold
As he did so a scanning light went on in the weatherproof niche.The Mighty Dead
William Campbell Gault
- designed or able to withstand exposure to weather without deterioration
- (tr) to render (something) weatherproof
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